Control PTCL router via command line
🗃️Get all data on Speed:
upload, SNR, Attainable speeds.
🤣Screenshot xDSL stats to the desktop for quick filing a complaint. 🤯Run in both headless or non-headless browser modes. 📟Store
rebootyour PTCL router.
npm install -g ptcl-cli
ptcl-cli ptcl-cli config # Configure and store user/pass in a safe location. ptcl-cli --reboot # Reboot the router. ptcl-cli -r # Reboot the router. ptcl-cli --headless # Headless mode. ptcl-cli -x # Headless mode. ptcl-cli --data # Print the stats data. ptcl-cli -d # Print the stats data. ptcl-cli --screenshot # Screenshot xDSL Stats for filing a complaint. ptcl-cli -s # Screenshot xDSL Stats for filing a complaint. ptcl-cli -xd # 1) Headless mode 2) Print the stats data.
🚀 RELEASE, and
I use Emoji-log, you should try it and simplify your git commits.
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